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RICAC Emerges & Treonze Wins Big

RICAC Emerges & Treonze Wins Big

The RI Coastal Advocacy Coalition has delivered a letter to CRMC looking for regulatory change in the way it considers approving and siting shellfish businesses in public trust waters. With summer a wrap, Todd Treonze has been awarded the OSKAA Angler of the Year. Dennis Zambrotta has some sage advice for surfcasting Block Island and RISAA's Greg Vespe pulled a bomber bonito out of chilly November waters.

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Vespe Takes RISAA’s Helm

Vespe Takes RISAA’s Helm

Greg Vespe, experienced fisherman, talented boat handler, patient teacher and solid human, will lead the RI Saltwater Anglers Association as its new President. His skills on the water and background participating in the fisheries management process make Mr. Vespe the perfect choice to represent some 7500 members and affiliated groups.

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Cloudy skies over cloudy water
Cloudy skies over cloudy water

Cloudy skies over cloudy water

Clouds on the horizon and a few big ones in the mirror mean fishing can be fickle but a few aces know where they feed. Ralph Craft has a few spots open for his Tog Tourney and CRMC wants to send you some mail to keep aware of how they are, we hope, protecting our shorelines.

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River Rules While a Ruler Rules
River Rules While A Ruler Rules

River Rules While A Ruler Rules

The Beaver River in Richmond, Rhode Island has new state regulations to help protect native brook trout populations. No more hatchery raised trout will be allowed in the river system and hopefully native brookies will thrive, reminding anglers just how magical it can be to hike in deep for fish in shallow streams. Then we'll visit Randy Degrace to hear about his almost state record black sea bass.

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Cast & Blast in RI

Cast & Blast in RI

Rhode Island has lots to offer to outdoorsmen and women so on the heels of summer, it's time to cast and blast. Stripers, bluefish and fluke are on the beaches while shooting sporting clays is always in season.

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